Christopher D. G. Harley
Christopher D. G. Harley
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TitleCited byYear
The impacts of climate change in coastal marine systems
CDG Harley, A Randall Hughes, KM Hultgren, BG Miner, CJB Sorte, ...
Ecology letters 9 (2), 228-241, 2006
22032006
Climate change and latitudinal patterns of intertidal thermal stress
B Helmuth, CDG Harley, PM Halpin, M O'Donnell, GE Hofmann, ...
Science 298 (5595), 1015-1017, 2002
6212002
Effects of climate change on global seaweed communities
CDG Harley, KM Anderson, KW Demes, JP Jorve, RL Kordas, TA Coyle, ...
Journal of Phycology 48 (5), 1064-1078, 2012
4462012
Increased temperature variation poses a greater risk to species than climate warming
DA Vasseur, JP DeLong, B Gilbert, HS Greig, CDG Harley, KS McCann, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1779), 20132612, 2014
4232014
Mosaic patterns of thermal stress in the rocky intertidal zone: implications for climate change
B Helmuth, BR Broitman, CA Blanchette, S Gilman, P Halpin, CDG Harley, ...
Ecological Monographs 76 (4), 461-479, 2006
3882006
Climate change, keystone predation, and biodiversity loss
CDG Harley
Science 334 (6059), 1124-1127, 2011
3642011
Community ecology in a warming world: the influence of temperature on interspecific interactions in marine systems
RL Kordas, CDG Harley, MI O'Connor
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 400 (1-2), 218-226, 2011
2942011
Quantifying rates of evolutionary adaptation in response to ocean acidification
JM Sunday, RN Crim, CDG Harley, MW Hart
PloS one 6 (8), 2011
2612011
Local‐and regional‐scale effects of wave exposure, thermal stress, and absolute versus effective shore level on patterns of intertidal zonation
CDG Harley, BST Helmuth
Limnology and Oceanography 48 (4), 1498-1508, 2003
2602003
Elevated water temperature and carbon dioxide concentration increase the growth of a keystone echinoderm
RA Gooding, CDG Harley, E Tang
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (23), 9316-9321, 2009
2402009
TROUBLE ON OILED WATERS: Lessons from the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill
RT Paine, JL Ruesink, A Sun, EL Soulanille, MJ Wonham, CDG Harley, ...
Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 27 (1), 197-235, 1996
2221996
Can we predict ectotherm responses to climate change using thermal performance curves and body temperatures?
BJ Sinclair, KE Marshall, MA Sewell, DL Levesque, CS Willett, S Slotsbo, ...
Ecology Letters 19 (11), 1372-1385, 2016
2062016
Ocean acidification through the lens of ecological theory
B Gaylord, KJ Kroeker, JM Sunday, KM Anderson, JP Barry, NE Brown, ...
Ecology 96 (1), 3-15, 2015
1992015
A bioenergetic framework for the temperature dependence of trophic interactions
B Gilbert, TD Tunney, KS McCann, JP DeLong, DA Vasseur, V Savage, ...
Ecology Letters 17 (8), 902-914, 2014
1582014
Tidal dynamics, topographic orientation, and temperature-mediated mass mortalities on rocky shores
CDG Harley
Marine Ecology Progress Series 371, 37-46, 2008
1472008
Predicting ecosystem shifts requires new approaches that integrate the effects of climate change across entire systems
BD Russell, CDG Harley, T Wernberg, N Mieszkowska, S Widdicombe, ...
Biology Letters 8 (2), 164-166, 2012
1312012
Quantifying scale in ecology: lessons from awave‐swept shore
MW Denny, B Helmuth, GH Leonard, CDG Harley, LJH Hunt, EK Nelson
Ecological monographs 74 (3), 513-532, 2004
1302004
On the prediction of extreme ecological events
MW Denny, LJH Hunt, LP Miller, CDG Harley
Ecological Monographs 79 (3), 397-421, 2009
1292009
Elevated CO2 affects shell dissolution rate but not calcification rate in a marine snail
S Nienhuis, AR Palmer, CDG Harley
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 277 (1693), 2553-2558, 2010
1222010
Elevated seawater CO2 concentrations impair larval development and reduce larval survival in endangered northern abalone (Haliotis kamtschatkana)
RN Crim, JM Sunday, CDG Harley
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 400 (1-2), 272-277, 2011
1202011
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